Kerala / Corona cases increased by 64% in 4 weeks in Kottayam alone, Center expressed concern

Zoom News : Jul 28, 2021, 06:04 PM
In most cities in the country, there is a decrease in cases of Corona, but there are also some cities where the cases continuously, the central government has put concern. Now in Kottayam district of Kerala, the cases of Corona have seen an increase of 64 percent in the last 4 weeks. The center has now intervened between mounting cases.

There are 50% cases in the total Corona cases of the country in Kerala in Kerala, the Ministry of Health also said that in the last 4 weeks, cases have increased.

Accessed documents show that 59% increase in cases starting from 28 in Mallapuram has been seen. From 28 June to 4th July, 1,428 cases were seen in Mallapuram, which has now been up to 2,270 in the week ended July 29.

During the same period, Thrissur has also seen an increase of 45.4%. Ernakulam has seen an increase of 46.5% while Kottayam has seen an increase of about 64%.

There is also a letter which has been written by Central Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, the Department of Principal Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Kerala, which has been said that in recent days, super spreader events have been seen in Kerala. Bhushan writes, "Corona Guidelines need to be implemented strictly and correctly during collective or social events."

Citing the response to the central team who visited Kerala from July 5 to July 9, Rajesh Bhushan wrote that Kerala needs to try "more" to curb the case. In his letter, Rajesh Bhushan needs to implement strictly and properly implementing the guidelines of collective and social celebrations, pointing to super-spreader events in Kerala in recent times.

Bhushan said that according to the guidelines of the Health Ministry, home isolation needs to be followed. At present, 95 percent of the active Corona case in Kerala is in home isolation. Central Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan also said in his letter that between July 10, July 10, 91,617 new cases and 775 kovid were registered in Kerala.